- Instructors
- Anjelika Fields
- Brittany Humphreys
- Mrs. Lora Bolt
- Robert Sanders
- Mrs. Sierra Moore
- Term
- 2020-2021 School Year
- Department
- 1st Grade

In class:

Review all three dimensional shapes

Review sides, faces

Curved surfaces, Flat surfaces

Name of shapes:

Cube, Cone, Cylinder, Pyramid, Rectangular Prism, Sphere.

Begin Chapter 11 Assessment

IXL Skills:

Grade Level C Math- Three Dimensional Shapes

All W Skills

In Class: Chapter 11 Test

At home:

Review any missed questions with your child

Rocket math for fluency

In class:

Review all three dimensional shapes

Review sides, faces

Curved surfaces, Flat surfaces

Name of shapes:

Cube, Cone, Cylinder, Pyramid, Rectangular Prism, Sphere.

IXL Skills:

Grade Level C Math- Three Dimensional Shapes

All W Skills

EQ: What two-dimensional shapes do you see on the flat surfaces of the three-dimensional shapes?

In class: Lesson 11.5

Identifying 2D shapes within 3D shapes.

Identifying real life objects that have a 3D shape

Workbook pages 658-652

At home:

Finish any workbook pages.

IXL Skills:

W.9 Shapes of everyday objects l

W.10 Shapes of everyday objects ll

EQ: How can acting it out help you take apart combined shapes?

In class: Lesson 11.4

Example: What shapes did Kim use to build the tower?

Workbook pages 652-656

At home:

Finish any workbook pages.

IXL Skills:

W.6 Compare vertices, edges, and faces

W.8 Identify faces of three-dimensional shapes

EQ: How can you use a combined shape to make new shapes?

In class: Lesson 11.3

Workbook pages 646-650

At home:

Review Mid-Chapter Checkpoint with your child.

IXL Skills:

W.4 Select three-dimensional shapes

W.5 Count vertices, edges, and faces

EQ: How can you identify and describe three-dimensional shapes?

In class: Lesson 11.2

Combine 3D shapes

At home:

Finish any workbook pages

EQ: How can you identify and describe three-dimensional shapes?

In class: Lesson 11.1

Introducing 3-D shapes

Curved and flat surfaces

Workbook pages 634-637

At home:

Finish any workbook pages

In Class:

Review of 2D shapes

Math Benchmark Testing

At home:

Rocket Math for fluency

In class: Chapter 12 Assessment

At home:

Review any missed questions with your child.

Rocket Math for fluency!

In class: Chapter 12 Review

Reviewing 2D shapes and their attributes

Using shapes to make new shapes

Equal and unequal shares

Halves and Fourths

Begin Chapter 12 Assessment

At home:

Rocket Math for fluency

In class: Chapter 12 Review Test

Reviewing 2D shapes and their attributes

Using shapes to make new shapes

Equal and unequal shares

Halves and Fourths

At home:

Review Chapter 12 test with your child.

EQ: How can a shape be separated into four equal shares?

In class: Lesson 12.10

Coloring only a quarter or a fourth of a shape

Meaning 1 out of 4 sections should be colored.

Workbook pages 726-730

Workbook pages 726-730

At home:

IXL Skill- X.5 Fourths, X.6 Halves and Fourths

Rocket Math for fluency

Happy Easter!

Easter math centers!

EQ: How can a shape be separated into 2 equal shares?

In class: Lesson 12.9

Drawing lines to show halves

Workbook pages 720-724

At home:

IXL Skill- X.3 Halves

Rocket Math for fluency

EQ: How can you identify equal and unequal parts in two-dimensional shapes?

In class: Lesson 12.8

Showing equal parts on a shape

Workbook pages 714-720

At home:

Finish any workbook pages

IXL Skill: X.1 Equal parts- halves and fourths

Rocket Math for fluency

EQ: How can you take apart 2D shapes?

In class: Lesson 12.7

Drawing lines to show two shapes within one.

Example: Drawing a line in a square to show two triangles

Workbook pages 708-712

At home:

Finish any Level C math- Section V skills on IXL over 2D shapes

Rocket Math for fluency

EQ: How can you find shapes in other shapes?

In class: Lesson 12.6

Finding smaller shapes to fill a larger shape.

Workbook pages 702-706

At home:

Have your child find two items at home that are shaped like a 2D shape.

Play “Name that Shape Game” http://youtu.be/svrthG2950

Rocket Math for fluency

EQ: How can acting it out help you make new shapes from combined shapes?

In class: Lesson 12.5

Creating shapes with manipulatives

Workbook pages 696-700

At home:

Review names of 2D shapes with your child.

Square, circle, rectangle, triangle, oval, rhombus, hexagon, octagon, pentagon.

Review the Mid-Chapter Checkpoint with your child.

Rocket Math for fluency

Review the Mid-Chapter Checkpoint with your child.

Rocket Math for fluency

EQ: How can you combine two-dimensional shapes to make new shapes?

In class: Lesson 12.4

Example: Combining parts of shapes to make new shapes.

Workbook pages 690-694

At home:

Finish any workbook pages.

Practice naming 2D shapes.

IXL Skills:

Finish any Section V skills- Two-dimensional shapes

Rocket Math for fluency

EQ: How can you put two-dimensional shapes together to make new two-dimensional shapes?

In class: Lesson 12.3

Example: How many triangles make a trapezoid?

Workbook pages 684-688

At home:

Finish any workbook pages.

Practice naming shapes.

IXL Skills:

V.6 Flip, turn, and slide

EQ: What attributes can you use to describe two-dimensional shapes?

In class: Lesson 12.2

Number of sides and vertices for each shape

Vertices= Corners of a shape

Ex. A triangle has 3 vertices

Workbook pages 678-682

At home:

Finish any workbook pages.

Practice naming 2D shapes

IXL Skills:

V.3 Count sides and vertices

V.4 Compare sides and vertices

In class: Chapter 10 Test

At home:

Look over any missed questions with your child.

Rocket Math for addition fluency

Rocket Math for addition fluency

EQ: How can showing information in a graph help you solve problems?

In class: Chapter 10 Review Test, Review Centers.

Skills to review:

Bar graphs

PIcture grpahs

Tally charts

At home:

IXL Skills-

Be sure O.1, O.2, O.3, O.4, and O.5 are completed.

IXL Skills-

Be sure O.1, O.2, O.3, O.4, and O.5 are completed.

EQ: How can showing information in a graph help you solve problems?

In class: Chapter 10 Review Test, Review Centers.

Skills to review:

Bar graphs

PIcture grpahs

Tally charts

At home:

IXL Skills-

Be sure O.1, O.2, O.3, O.4, and O.5 are completed.

IXL Skills-

Be sure O.1, O.2, O.3, O.4, and O.5 are completed.

EQ: How can showing information in a graph help you solve problems?

In class: Lesson 10.7

Answering questions about a tally chart

Creating their own tally chart

Workbook pages 612-616

Rocket Math for addition fluency

120th day celebration!

EQ: Why is a tally chart a good way to show information you have collected?

In class: Lesson 10.6

Answering questions over tally charts

Workbook pages 606-610

At home:

Rocketmath for fluency

EQ: How do you count tallies on a tally chart?

In class: Lesson 10.5

Reading and answering questions about tally charts

Workbook pages 600-604

At home:

Complete any workbook pages

Rocket Math for addition fluency

EQ: How does a bar graph help you compare information?

In class: Lesson 10.4

Asking classmates questions to complete a bar graph.

Workbook pages 594-598

At home:

Review Mid-Chapter Checkpoint with your child.

IXL Skill:

O.4 Interpret bar graphs ll

EQ: How can you read a bar graph to find the number that a bar shows?

In class: Lesson 10.3

Answering questions about a bar graph

Workbook pages 588-592

At home:

Finish any workbook pages.

IXL Skill:

O.3 Interpret bar graphs I

EQ: How do you make a picture graph to answer a question?

In class: Lesson 10.2

Creating a picture graph

Ask and answer questions about a picture graph

Workbook pages 582-586

IXL Skill:

O.1 Record data with tally charts, picture graphs, and tables

EQ: What do the pictures in a picture graph show?

In class: Lesson 10.1

Answering questions over picture graphs

Workbook pages 576-580

In class: Chapter 9 Test

At home: Rocket Math for fluency

In Class: Review skills for chapter 9 test

Measurement with nonstandard objects (paperclips, cubes)

Being able to draw lines shortest to longest and longest to shortest

Reading a clock and writing time to the hour and half hour. (12:00, 12:30)

At home: Practice these skills at home

IXL Skills

Measurement P.7, P.8

Time U.1,U.2, U.3

EQ: How do you know whether to draw and write time to the hour or half hour?

In Class: Lesson 9.9

Practicing time to the half hour and time to the hour

Workbook pages 561-566

At home: Finish any workbook pages

Rocket Math for fluency. It's now an app!

In class: Lesson 9.8

Telling time to the hour and half hour

Digital and analog clocks

Workbook pages 556-560

At home:

Complete any workbook pages

IXL Skill:

U.2 Match analog clocks and times

U.3 Match analog and digital clocks

EQ: How do you tell time to the half hour?

In class: Lesson 9.7

Telling time to the half hour

Digital and analog clocks

Workbook pages 550-554

At home:

Finish any workbook pages. Have your child read the time to you throughout the night. J

IXL Skill:

U.4 Read clocks and write times

EQ: How do you tell time to the hour on a clock?

In class: Lesson 9.6

Telling time to the hour

Digital and analog clocks

Workbook pages 544-548

At home:

Finish any workbook pages.

EQ: How can acting it out help you solve measurement problems?

In class: Lesson 9.5

Acting out the word problems to solve

Workbook pages 538-541

At home:

Review Mid-Chapter Checkpoint with your child.

IXL Skill:

Be sure P.2, P.3, and P.4 are completed.

EQ: How do you use a nonstandard measuring tool to measure length?

In class: Lesson 9.4

Using paperclips to measure real objects on workbook pages

Workbook pages 531-533

At home:

For help on measuring using nonstandard units, follow the link:

EQ: How do you measure length using nonstandard units?

In class: Lesson 9.3

Using cubes to measure real objects

Workbook pages 526-530

For help on measuring using nonstandard units, follow the link:

http://youtu.be/q8o7n-A0SC0

At home:

IXL Practice Skill

P.2 Compare objects: length and height

P.3 Measure using objects

EQ: How can you compare lengths of three objects to put them in order?

In class: Lesson 9.2

Measuring and drawing lines length according to clues.

Workbook pages 520-524

At home:

IXL Practice Skill

P.2 Compare objects: length and height

P.3 Measure using objects

EQ: How do you order objects by length?

In class: Lesson 9.1

Measuring and drawing lines shortest to longest and longest to shortest

Workbook pages 514-518

At home:

Find 3 objects at home, and put them in order shortest to longest.

Finish any workbook pages

Chapter 8 Test.

At home: Review any missed questions with your child. Rocket Math for fluency!

Chapter 8 Review

In Class:

Review these skills

Using a hundred chart to add

Drawing a model to represent an addition sentence

Adding and subtracting within 100

Chapter 8 Review

In Class:

Review these skills

Using a hundred chart to add

Drawing a model to represent an addition sentence

Adding and subtracting within 100

EQ: How can you use a hundred chart to show the relationship between addition and subtraction?

In class: Lesson 8.9

Addition and subtraction while using a hundred chart to count by ones or tens.

Workbook pages 486-490

At home:

Finish any workbook pages

Also, remember to keep practicing counting to 120 quickly!

IXL Skills:

D.16 Add a one-digit number to a two-digit number- without regrouping

EQ: How can drawing a picture help you explain how to solve an addition problem?

In class: Lesson 8.8

Addition word problems and drawing pictures to help solve

Example: Jack picks 60 blueberries to make a pie. Then he picks 12 more to eat. How many blueberries does Jack pick?

-You would draw 6 tens, then 1 ten and 2 ones. Count them all. 60 + 12= 72

Workbook pages 480-484

At home:

Finish any workbook pages

Also, remember to keep practicing counting to 120 quickly!

EQ: How can we add two-digit numbers?

In class:

Working on adding larger numbers.

Students will practice starting in the ones place, then moving on to add the tens place.

Students will practice drawing models to show place value.

Students will check their drawing to make sure their answer is correct.

At home:

Finish any worksheets.

EQ: How can we add two-digit numbers?

In class:

Working on adding larger numbers.

Students will practice starting in the ones place, then moving on to add the tens place.

Students will practice drawing models to show place value.

Students will check their drawing to make sure their answer is correct.

At home:

Finish any worksheets.

EQ: How can models help you add ones or tens to a two-digit number?

In class: Lesson 8.5

Example: 54 + 20 =

Drawing tens and ones to show your work

Workbook pages 462-466

At home:

Finish any workbook pages

Also, remember to keep practicing counting to 120 quickly!

EQ: How can you use a hundred chart to count-on by ones and tens?

In class: Lesson 8.4

Adding tens and ones using a hundred chart.

Model how to count by ones and tens

Workbook pages 456-459

At home:

Finish any workbook pages

Rocket Math practice

EQ: How can you subtract tens?

In class: Lesson 8.3

Subtracting Tens (80 – 50= 30)

Making a model with tens to show taking away

Workbook pages 450-454

At home:

Review Mid-Chapter checkpoint with your child.

IXL Skills:

I.3 Subtract multiples of 10

I.4 Subtract a multiple of 10

EQ: How can you add tens?

In class: Lesson 8.2

Adding Tens (30 + 30 = 60)

Workbook pages 444- 448

At home:

Complete workbook pages

IXL Skills:

E.9 Add two multiples of ten

E.10 Add a multiple of ten

EQ: What strategies can you use to add and subtract?

In Class: Lesson 8.1

Review of Addition and Subtraction strategies

Fluency

Workbook pages 437-442

At home:

Review workbook pages and math strategies with your child.

Strategies:

Draw a model, Draw pictures, Counting up, Counting back, Part-part whole, Using manipulatives.

The end goal is to use mental math!

Chapter 7 Test

A home: Rocket math for fluency

In class: Review for Chapter 7 test

At home:

Complete the practice review test.

Skills to review:

Greater than, Less than, or equal to.

10 more, 10 less than a number.

In class: Review for Chapter 7 test

At home:

Complete the practice review test.

Skills to review:

Greater than, Less than, or equal to.

10 more, 10 less than a number.

EQ: How can you identify numbers that are 10 more or 10 less than a number?

In class: Lesson 7.5

Using mental math to find 10 more and 10 less of a number

For example, the number 50. Ten more would be 60, ten less would be 40.

Workbook pages 424-428

At home:

Give your child a random number and have them tell you ten more and ten less of that number.

IXL Skill: A.6 Counting by tens up to 100

EQ: How can making a model help you compare numbers?

In Class: Lesson 7.4

Word problems

What do I need to find?

What information do I need to use?

Workbook pages 417-421

At home: Finish any workbook pages.

EQ: How can you use symbols to show how numbers compare?

In class: Lesson 7.3

Comparing two numbers

Using the greater than > and Less than < symbols

Workbook pages 412- 416

At home:

Follow this link for help on the symbols:

IXL Practice

K.1 Comparing- review

K.1 Comparing- review

EQ: How can you compare two numbers to find which is less?

In class: Lesson 7.2

Comparing two numbers and deciding which one is less.

Did tens place or ones help you decide?

Workbook pages 406-410

At home: IXL Practice

K.1 Comparing- review

EQ: How can you compare two numbers to find which is greater?

In class: Lesson 7.1

Comparing two numbers and deciding which one is greater.

Workbook pages 400-404

At home:

Finish any workbook pages.

For help on the workbook pages, follow this link:

11:00 Dismissal

Merry Christmas!

Review of skills:

Missing addend

Addition and subtraction within 20

Counting to 120

Counting to 120 by 10s

Drawing tens and ones

Identifying tens and ones

At home:

Encourage your child to do IXL and rocket math to help with fluency.

Review of skills:

Missing addend

Addition and subtraction within 20

Counting to 120

Counting to 120 by 10s

Drawing tens and ones

Identifying tens and ones

At home:

Encourage your child to do IXL and rocket math to help with fluency.

Review of skills:

Missing addend

Addition and subtraction within 20

Counting to 120

Counting to 120 by 10s

Drawing tens and ones

Identifying tens and ones

At home:

Encourage your child to do IXL and rocket math to help with fluency.

Review of skills:

Missing addend

Addition and subtraction within 20

Counting to 120

Counting to 120 by 10s

Drawing tens and ones

Identifying tens and ones

At home:

Encourage your child to do IXL and rocket math to help with fluency.

In class: Chapter 6 Test

At home: Review missed question with your child. J

Chapter 6 Review

Skills to focus on:

Counting to 120

Starting at a random number and counting on

Tens and Ones

Place Value

Chapter 6 Review

Skills to focus on:

Counting to 120

Starting at a random number and counting on

Tens and Ones

Place Value

EQ: How can you model, read, and write numbers from 110 to 120?

In class: Lesson 6.10

Drawing tens and ones for numbers 110-120

Workbook pages 386 -390

At home: IXL Practice

M.3 Place value models up to 100

M.4 Convert between tens and ones

EQ: How can you model, read, and write numbers from 100 to 110?

In class: Lesson 6.9

Drawing tens and ones for numbers 100-110

Workbook pages 380-384

At home: IXL Practice

M.3 Place value models up to 100

EQ: How can making a model help you show a number in different ways?

In class: Lesson 6.8

Drawing tens and ones using base ten blocks and ones

Showing the same number two different ways

Workbook pages 374- 37378

At home:

Workbook page 373

For help on this problem follow the link:

EQ: How can you show numbers to 100 as tens and ones?

In class: Lesson 6.7

Counting base ten blocks and ones

Identifying how many tens and ones

Workbook pages 367-370

At home:

For a fun song follow this link:

https://youtu.be/uedvwH6Ay18

Tell your student a number. Have them draw out that number using tens and ones.

Then, have your child draw a number, and see if you can guess it correctly!

EQ: How can you group cubes to show a number as tens and ones?

In class: Lesson 6.6

Drawing tens and ones

Identifying how many ten and ones each number has.

Workbook pages 362-366

At home: IXL Practice:

A.4 Counting tens and ones –up toEQ: How can you model and name groups of ten?

In class: Lesson 6.5

Modeling and naming groups of ten

Workbook pages 355-360

At home: IXL Practice:

M.3 Place value models up to 100

EQ: How can you show a number as ten and ones?

In class: Lesson 6.4

Drawing ten ad ones

Identifying how many ten and ones each number has.

Workbook pages 349-354

At home: IXL Practice:

A.4 Counting tens and ones –up to 20

M.1 Place value models up to 20

Fundraiser incentive day!

Happy thanksgiving!

EQ: How can you use different ways to write a number as ten and ones?

In class: Lesson 6.3

Tens and ones

For help on ten and ones:

https://youtu.be/k01vawgpSI4

EQ: How do numbers change as you count by tens to 120?

In class: Lesson 6.2

Counting to 120 by tens starting at any number

Workbook pages 337-342

For example:

10, 20, 30, 40

32, 42, 52

IXL Practice:

A.6 Counting by tens – up to 100

EQ: How can knowing a counting pattern help you count to 120?

In class: Lesson 6.1

Workbook pages 331-336

Counting to 120 by ones

To help your child practice counting to 120:

IXL Practice:

A.3 Counting to 20

A.7 Counting- up to 100

Chapter 5 Test

At home: Review any missed questions with your child.

Rocket math for fluency!

Chapter 5 Review

Skills to review:

Missing addend

Related facts

Addition fluency

Subtraction fluency

Knowing when to add or subtract

EQ: How can addition and subtraction strategies help you find sums and differences?

In class: Lesson 5.10

Missing addend

Addition and subtraction fluency

Workbook pages 310- 314

At home: IXL Practice:

D.14 Related addition facts

H.13 Related subtraction facts

Veteran's Day Parade!

EQ: How can you decide if a number sentence is true or false?

In class: Lesson 5.9 Extension

Check to see if both equations equal the same number

Workbook pages 303-305

At home: Workbook page 307-308

Example:

These are true: 15 = 15, 17 = 9 + 8

These are false: 12 = 2, 8 + 8 = 16 - 8

EQ: How can you decide if a number sentence is true or false?

In class: Lesson 5.9

Check to see if both equations equal the same number

Workbook pages 303-305

At home: Workbook page 307-308

Example:

These are true: 15 = 15, 17 = 9 + 8

These are false: 12 = 2, 8 + 8 = 16 - 8

EQ: How can you add and subtract in different ways to the same number?

In class: Lesson 5.8

Create different ways to add or subtract to equal a certain number

Workbook pages 298-302

For example:

How many ways can you make 12?

6 + 6, 5 + 4 + 3, 12 – 0

EQ: How do you choose when to add and when to subtract to solve a problem?

In class: Lesson 5.7

Workbook pages 291-296

Word problems

Workbook pages 291-296

Word problems

Example:

Mary sees 8 squirrels. Jack sees 9 more squirrels than Mary. How many squirrels does Jack see?

Do you add or subtract to solve?

EQ: How can you use a related fact to find an unknown number?

In class: Lesson 5.6

Workbook pages 285-288

Missing addend in a fact family

For help on understanding Fact families:

Homework: Workbook page 289-290

EQ: How can you use a related fact to find an unknown number?

In class: Lesson 5.5

Missing addend

Workbook pages 279-284

At home: IXL Practice:

D.14 Related addition facts

H.13 Related subtraction facts

EQ: How can you use addition to check subtraction?

In class: Lesson 5.4

Solving Subtraction facts, then checking the answer with addition.

Workbook pages 273-278

At home: IXL Practice:

D.14 Related addition facts

EQ: How do you know if addition and subtraction facts are related?

In class: Lesson 5.3

Identifying a Fact family by looking at the numbers

Workbook pages 267-272

EQ: How do related facts help you find missing numbers?

In class: Lesson 5.2

Model “Fact Families” or related facts using 3 digits.

3 + 4 = 7 also 4 + 3 = 7

7 - 4 = 3 also 7 - 3 = 4

Workbook pages 261-266

For help on understanding Fact families:

Halloween math review centers!

At home: Celebrate! :)

EQ: How can making a model help you solve?

In class: Lesson 5.1

Addition and subtraction word problems using a bar model

Workbook pages 256-260

At home:

D.12 Addition word problems- sums up to 20

Rocket Math for fluency!

Chapter 4 Test.

At Home: Review any missed questions with your child.

EQ: How can knowing subtraction strategies help me solve problems?

In class: Chapter 4 Review

Review counting back strategy and fluency.

At home: Subtraction IXL Skills

Rocket Math for fluency!

EQ: How can acting out a problem help you solve the problem?

In Class: Lesson 4.6

Using different subtraction strategies to solve

Acting out, drawing counters, mental math.

Workbook pages 241-246

At home: IXL Skills

H.6 Subtraction word problems with pictures - up to 10

H.7. Subtraction word problems

EQ: How can you make a ten to help you subtract?

In Class: Lesson 4.4

Using tens frames to help you solve

Remember to fill up the first tens frame before moving on to the next.

Workbook pages 229 - 234

At home: IXL Skill

B.3 Which model matches?

B.4 What does the model show?

EQ: How can you use addition to help you find the answer to a subtraction fact?

In Class: Lesson 4.3

Using addition to help you solve

Use 6 + 3 = 9 to solve 9 - 6 = 3

Workbook pages 223-228

At Home: Rocket Math for fluency!

EQ: How can you use an addition fact to find the answer to a subtraction fact?

In Class: Lesson 4.2

Using addition to help you solve subtraction

Think 6 + __= 8, So 8 - 6 = ____

Workbook pages 217-222

At Home: IXL Skill

D.14 Related Addition Facts

EQ: How can you count back 1, 2, or 3?

In class: Lesson 4.1

Counting Back to subtract

9-2 =

To solve, count back from 9, 8, 7

Workbook pages 211- 216

At Home: Finish any workbook pages at home

EQ: What addition strategies do I know to help me solve?

In class: Chapter 3 Test

At home: Review your child’s test with them, and look any over missed problems.

EQ: How do you solve addition word problems by drawing a picture?

In class: Lesson 3.12

Workbook pages 198-201.

At home: Finish any workbook pages from lesson 3.12

IXL Practice:

A.5 Count on ten frames

D.11 Addition facts- sum up to 20

E.2 Add doubles

EQ: How can you group numbers to add three addends?

In class: Lesson 3.11

8 + 6 + 2

Add 8 and 2 to use the strategy make a ten. Then add 10 and 6.

Workbook pages 198-201.

At home: Finish any workbook pages from lesson 3.11

IXL Practice: Level C Math

Rocket math for fluency!

EQ: How can you add 3 numbers?

In class: Lesson 3.10

Adding 3 numbers

7 + 3 + 4 = _____

Workbook pages 185-190

At home: Finish any workbook pages from lesson 3.10

IXL Practice: Level C Addition

EQ: How do you use the make a ten strategy to add?

In class: Lesson 3.8

Workbook pages 173- 177

4 + 8, to make a ten it would be 10 + 2

At home:

Play “Chop” with your child. “Chop” is game where you have 10 items. We use cubes usually. “Chop” the items into two groups. Hide one group behind your back, and only allow your partner to see one hand. Your partner knows you have 10 total items. They have to try to figure out how many items you have behind your back. For example, If I only show my partner I have 4 items in my right hand, they have to guess how many I have in my left hand. They know I have 10 total, so they can solve by 4 + __ = 10 OR 10 – 4 = ____.

EQ: How can you use a ten frame to add 10 and some more?

In class: Lesson 3.7

Using a ten frame to model 10 and drawing the other addend

Example: 10 + 3

Workbook pages 167-171

At home:

Finish any workbook pages.

Rocket Math for fluency!

IXL Skill: Level C Math

D.5 Addition word problems with pictures- sums up to 10

D.6 addition word problems – sums up to 10

EQ: What strategies can you use to solve addition fact problems?

In class: Lesson 3.6

Review of Counting on and switching addends.

Workbook pages 162-166

At home:

Review any missed questions on the Mid- Chapter checkpoint with your child.

Rocket Math for fluency!

IXL Skill: Level C Math

D.1 Addition facts- sums up to 10

EQ: How can you use what you know about doubles to find other sums?

In class: Lesson 3.5

Doubles plus 1 and doubles minus 1

Example: 2 + 2, 2 + 3, 2+ 1

Workbook pages 155- 160

At home:

Finish any workbook pages.

Rocket Math for fluency!

EQ: What are doubles facts?

In class: Lesson 3.3

Adding doubles facts (Adding the same two numbers together) Ex. 4 + 4, 5 + 5

Workbook pages 143-148

At home: Finish any workbooks pages.

Have your students sing “It’s the Doubles Baby” song to you.

To help your child sing the song:

https://youtu.be/jG6n5xLt-0Q

EQ: What is an addition strategy that can help me add quickly?

In class: Review Addition strategies

Teach “Speed”- Speed is game where you roll two dice, and add the two numbers quickly to find the sum. The faster the students recognize the dot patterns and count on, the faster they will know the answer.

At home: Play “Speed” if you have a set of dice at home.

Review Addition facts recalling the sums quickly with your child.

EQ: How do you count on 1,2, or 3?

In class: Lesson 3.2

Counting on to add

Example: 9 + 2 = ____ “Think of the greater number, 9. Count on 2. Think 9, 10, 11. The sum is 11.”

Workbook pages 137-141

At home: Finish any workbooks pages.

Rocket Math for Fluency!

EQ: What happens if you change the order of the addends when you add?

In class: Switching addends

EX. 3 + 7 = 10, 7 + 3 = 10

Workbook Pages 131- 136

At home: Rocket Math for fluency!

IXL Addition Skills

Chapter 2 Subtraction Test

At Home: Review these skills with your child

Drawing pictures to solve

Comparing objects

Bar models

Counting up

Subtracting zero

IXL Subtraction Skills on Level C Math

Chapter 2 Subtraction Test

At Home: Review these skills with your child

Drawing pictures to solve

Comparing objects

Bar models

Counting up

Subtracting zero

IXL Subtraction Skills on Level C Math

EQ: Why are some subtraction facts easy to subtract?

In class: Lesson 2.9

Subtracting from 10 or less

Workbook pages 118-120

At home:

Have your student show you a subtraction strategy they use (Touch points, using their fingers, or counting back).

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you show all the ways to take apart a number?

In class: Lesson 2.8

Subtracting a number from 9 and 10

Workbook pages 111-116

At home: Finish page 115-116

Use any real-life objects to model subtraction

For example- We have 9 legos. I lose 3 of them. How many legos do I have now?

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: What happens when you subtract 0 from a number?

In class: Lesson 2.7

Subtracting 0 from a number

Workbook pages 106-107

At home:

Have your student show you a subtraction strategy they use (Touch points, using their fingers, or counting back).

Have your child sing this song to you and solve:

https://youtu.be/QkPa9V2wtZs

EQ: How can you use models to compare and subtract?

In class: Lesson 2.6

Subtraction word problems

Workbook pages 100-102

At home:

Have your student show you a subtraction strategy they use (Touch points, using their fingers, or counting back).

Give your student a story problem to solve. For example, “I have 4 pennies. 3 pennies are taken away. How many do I have now?”

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you use pictures to compare and subtract?

In class: Lesson 2.5

Subtracting using pictures

Different ways to make a model

Workbook pages

At home:

IXL Level C Math: Understand subtraction

Create subtraction word problems with your child with real life objects!

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How do you solve subtractions problems by making a model?

In class: Lesson 2.4

Subtracting with Part part whole model

Workbook pages 87-91

At home: Finish any workbook pages, IXL Subtraction

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How do you model taking apart?

In class: Lesson 2.3

Subtracting with counters

Drawing models

Workbook pages 80-85

At home: Finish any workbook pages, IXL Subtraction

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you model taking from a group?

In class: Lesson 2.2

Subtracting with pictures and taking away

Example: 6 bugs and 2 fly away

Workbook pages 75-79

At home: Finish any workbook pages

Use any real-life objects to model subtraction

For example- 9 legos, 4 go missing. How many do we have now?

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you show taking away from with pictures?

In class: Lesson 2.1

Subtracting with pictures

Example: 6 bugs and 2 fly away

Workbook pages 70-74

At home: Finish any workbook pages

Use any real-life objects to model subtraction

For example- 9 legos, 4 go missing. How many do we have now?

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

Chapter 1 Test

At Home: IXL Addition

Chapter one test!

At home: Review any missed questions on the test.

EQ: How does a model help solve an addition problem?

In class: Chapter One Review

Review Addition strategies in contextual problems

Making a model, adding on, switching addends

Vocabulary Review- Addend, Sum, Total

At home: Review the chapter one review test.

IXL Level C math:

B.3 Addition sentences up to 10: which model matches?

D.5 Addition word problems with pictures- sums up to 10

EQ: How does a model help solve an addition problem?

In class: Chapter One Review

Review Addition strategies in contextual problems

Making a model, adding on, switching addends

Vocabulary Review- Addend, Sum, Total

At home: Review the chapter one review test.

IXL Level C math:

B.3 Addition sentences up to 10: which model matches?

D.5 Addition word problems with pictures- sums up to 10

EQ: Why are some addition facts easy to add?

In class: Lesson 1.8

Addition fluency

Addition contextual problems

Addition with pictures

Workbook pages 56-60

EQ: How can you show all the ways to make a number?

In class: Lesson 1.7

Using cubes to show different ways to find the same sum.

Example:

4 + 2 = 6, 2 + 4 = 6

3 + 3 = 6

1 + 5 = 6, 5 + 1 =5

0 + 6 = 6

Workbook pages 50-54

At home: Finish any workbook pages

Mid Chapter Review

Review:

Part Part Whole

Changing order of addends

Adding Zero

Adding fluently

At home: Finish any worksheets.

EQ: Why can you add addends in any order?

In class: Lesson 1.6

Adding two numbers, then switching the order

Example: 3 + 2 = 5, 2 + 3 + 5

Workbook pages 44-48

At home: IXL Level C Math: B.3 Addition sentences up to 10: which model matches?

EQ: What happens when you add 0 to a number?

In class: Lesson 1.5

Adding zero using dominos and work tasks

Example: Mike has 7 books. Cheryl does not have any books. How many books do they both have?

Workbook pages 37-40

At home:

IXL Level C Math: B.7 Adding Zero

EQ: How do you solve addition problems by making a model?

In class: Lesson 1.4

Reading word problems and using the bar model to solve.

Example: There are 7 dogs in the park. Then 1 more dog joins them. How many dogs are in the park now? 7 + 1 = ______

Workbook pages 32-36

At home: Review the Mid-Chapter Checkpoint with your child